Posts Tagged ‘republic of ireland’

Ireland meet Wales in their first UEFA Nations League match in Cardiff tomorrow evening at 7:45pm. But what exactly is the Nations League I hear you ask?  UEFA have decided to fill the void between World Cup and European Championship tournaments and their associated qualification tournaments with another mini-league called the UEFA nations league.  This […] Read the rest of this entry »
The Republic of Ireland men’s senior team have started preparations for the Three International Friendly with United States on Saturday, June 2 in Aviva Stadium. Martin O’Neill’s squad returned to Dublin directly after the 2-0 friendly defeat to France in Paris and underwent a recovery session on Tuesday, May 29. Midfielder Jeff Hendrick is due to be assessed […] Read the rest of this entry »
Republic of Ireland midfielder David Meyler has announced that he is leaving Hull City after his contract expired at the end of this season. The Cork man has spent 5 and a half years Read the rest of this entry »
Republic of Ireland midfielder David Meyler has announced that he is leaving Hull City after his contract expired at the end of this season. The Cork man has spent 5 and a half years Read the rest of this entry »
A Republic of Ireland XI will travel to Glasgow on Sunday 20th May to take on Celtic in Scott Brown’s testimonial game. The match will kick-off at 2pm and will begin a busy summer schedule for Martin O’Neill’s men. On Monday 28th May the Republic of Ireland will travel to Paris to take on France [...] Read the rest of this entry »
What began as a night of high hopes and belief, ended in bitter disappointment as the Republic of Ireland were heavily defeated 5-1 in the second leg of their FIFA World Cup 2018 play-off at the Aviva Stadium, and as a result failed to qualify for next summer’s soccer showpiece in Russia. The game had [...] Read the rest of this entry »
Due to a knee complaint, Jonathan Walters is the key absentee from Martin O’Neill’s provisional Republic of Ireland squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying play-off with Denmark in November. Ireland will travel to the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen for the first leg on Saturday, 11th November before hosting the second leg game in [...] Read the rest of this entry »